Healthy, well-maintained trees and shrubs not only look better, but they also play a significant role in the overall health of your lawn. Throughout the year our experts give your trees and shrubs the care they need, including:

  • Season-Long Insect Control
  • Root Zone Fertilization
  • Pruning
  • Mulching
  • Bed Weed Control

Turf aeration used to be a well kept secret. For years, golf course greens keepers were able to keep
their courses in beautiful “tip top” playing condition by aerating two or three times a year.

As a homeowner, power core aeration is one of the most important cultural practices available for
your lawn. Aerating your lawn will help control thatch, improve the soil structure, help create growth
pockets for new roots, open the way for water and fertilizer to get into the root zone of your lawn, and
ultimately save you from spending on costly lawn renovation.

Caused by poor drainage and poor topsoil, soils with a high percentage of clay will become hard and
compacted over time. Annual or semi-annual aeration is advised for all lawns on heavy clay soils, those
with a moderate thatch build-up, and any lawn that needs to be "thickened up". Aeration restores air
and water penetration on tight compacted soils enabling your lawn to breathe again!

• Increases ability of your turf to resist drought, disease and insect infestation
• Improves your lawn’s appearance by increasing turf thickness, vigor and overall health
• Cultivates and loosens hard, compacted soils which result in deeper, thicker, healthier roots
• Allows life giving air, water and nutrients to penetrate thatch and soil to where they are needed, the
root system
• Speeds up natural soil microbes which break down the thatch barrier 


Grubs - white, C-shaped larvae - are the developmental form of a wide variety of adult beetles (May,
June, Japanese, etc.). These troublesome pests are often found in the soil feeding heavily on your
lawn’s roots in the spring, late summer and early fall. Spring damage is usually not a major concern
because spring rains can mask any damage made by grubs at this time. However, late summer and fall
is when the majority of damage will show-specifically yellowing and brown areas that appear in large
irregular patches. Because grubs feed on the root system, these patches will pull up easily and may roll
up like carpeting. If left alone, these grubs can create considerable damage in a short period of time. Let
us prevent these unwelcome dinner guests from causing severe damage and turf loss on your lawn!

Leisure Lawn will select cost-effective solutions to help protect your lawn and help prevent damage
from occurring. Because grubs feed out-of-sight, by the time damage is evident, it may be too late.
The best solution for grubs is to ensure they can’t do damage in the first place. This is accomplished by
applying a product to your lawn in late spring and summer before damage can take place. This product
is a preventative insecticide, which means it must be applied prior to their major feeding activity.
Leisure Lawn has applied grub control to thousands of area lawns with virtually no grub damage
occurring on treated lawns, thus possibly saving our customers thousands of dollars in turf renovation.

Call today and prevent grubs from ruining the yard you've worked so hard to keep nice!